Criminal Chhota Rajan Gets Life In Jail For Murder Of Journalist J Dey
Criminal Chhota Rajan : On June 2011, four men on two bicycles gunned down writer Jyotirmoy Dey, 56, close to his home in Powai in rural Mumbai. Previous writer Jigna Vora has been vindicated.
MUMBAI: Nearly seven years after the murder of veteran writer Jyotirmoy Dey sent stun waves through the nation, a court in Mumbai has sentenced criminal Chhota Rajan for the situation. He has been given life detainment for the wrongdoing. Previous writer Jigna Vora, who was blamed for actuating Chhota Rajan for the murder, has been cleared for absence of proof. Eight others have been sentenced.
56-year-old Mr Dey, a wrongdoing correspondent working with the Midday Eveninger, was shot down without trying to hide in June 2011.
The police said Chhota Rajan had requested the killing, incensed by his depiction as a little time law breaker in a book the columnist was intending to compose. Known for his investigative pieces, Mr Dey was wanting to complete an assemblage of the stories of 20 hoodlums and call the volume “Chindi – Rags to Riches”.
Chhota Rajan, whose genuine name is Rajendra S Nikhalje, had employed an agreement executioner for Rs. 5 lakh, the police said. The man, Satish Kalia, who was discovered blameworthy, was not given the objective’s character, just his physical depiction and the quantity of his bike. The man had assembled a seven-part group for the murder.
On June 11, as Mr Dey was en route home, he was gunned down at a market in Powai, rural Mumbai. CCTV cameras from the market had recorded how the men, riding two cruisers, nearly trailed him before shooting him down. A Qualis was following behind. Satish Kalia, who was riding pillion in one of the bicycles, shot Mr Dey five times with a Czech-made gun.
Mr Dey was raced to the close-by Hiranandani Hospital, where he kicked the bucket.
The hired gunmen froze after they learnt the character of the man they executed after TV channels and other media started announcing the murder. They scattered to towns over the state and neighboring Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. They were at last found and captured from Rameshwaram, Solapur and Mumbai.
An astounding turn to the case came three months after the fact, when the police captured Jigna Vora, who worked for The Asian Age in Mumbai. The police said Ms Vora, driven by proficient contention, used to impel Chhota Rajan for the murder. She had likewise given him Mr Dey’s address and the number plate of his cruiser.
Ms Vora denied all charges and said her calls to Rajan were proficient and she needed to get a meeting with him. She was later allowed safeguard
In November 2015, Chhota Rajan was ousted from Indonesia’s Bali and was made a blamed for the situation. He is right now in Delhi’s Tihar Jail.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)